Auscision Models Blog

 
  Moses Wong Station Master

I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
comtrain
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW

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  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Moses Wong
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
  Moses Wong Station Master

I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
comtrain
That was a new RTR model, 10 years ago.
https://www.trains.com/mrr/news-reviews/reviews/staff-reviews/kato-usa-ho-scale-ge-p42-diesel-locomotive/

MJW
  GoldenGirl Junior Train Controller

I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
comtrain
And don't forget, bogies with in-built motors do not work very well for 6 wheel bogies, which is a significant part of the market. Over the years, quite a number of people spontaneously 'invented' the bogie with in-built traction motors, yet to my knowledge, none ever got past the concept stage. Modellers even got burned by startups promising all manner of advantages, only to vanish over time.
  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
That was a new RTR model, 10 years ago.

https://www.trains.com/mrr/news-reviews/reviews/staff-reviews/kato-usa-ho-scale-ge-p42-diesel-locomotive/

MJW
Moses Wong
Oh ok, a yankee model?  stopped looking at those models when we got Australian models. Going to be very interested if Auscision has to build most of their motor on top of the bogie though. Even SEM's beetle can go under the floor (another Australian producer) Come on guys? this is an Australian Company trying this and that is a big deal.
https://tinyurl.com/bdczt5ua

  noirilae Station Master

I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
That was a new RTR model, 10 years ago.

https://www.trains.com/mrr/news-reviews/reviews/staff-reviews/kato-usa-ho-scale-ge-p42-diesel-locomotive/

MJW
Oh ok, a yankee model?  stopped looking at those models when we got Australian models. Going to be very interested if Auscision has to build most of their motor on top of the bogie though. Even SEM's beetle can go under the floor (another Australian producer) Come on guys? this is an Australian Company trying this and that is a big deal.
https://tinyurl.com/bdczt5ua

comtrain
I agree with Comtrain on this. It’s exciting that an Australian company is doing this! Plus I’d be keen to see this concept implemented on other models, especially rail motors like the NSW CPH or 620s etc.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
Auscision have just released an unannounced model in a flashy unique livery. The model, in the form of a 1:1 scale  CLP9, has broken cover and been moved from Seymour to Melbourne this morning. The roof includes speed stripes and "THE BEST HOBBY" wording, all of which we can expect to appear on an unannounced 1:87 model soon enough.
  davesvline Chief Commissioner

Location: 1983-1998
Probably SRHC making a down payment on a replacement for the next of C501’s turbo chargers to blow up Rolling Eyes
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CZOqNNDPgO4/?utm_medium=share_sheet
I spy an AHGX rerun with some new liveries.
  lkernan Chief Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
In N scale no less..   See the out of focus HO in the background.
  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
In N scale no less..   See the out of focus HO in the background.
lkernan
Noooo? look at couplings? Are you sure?
cheers
  lkernan Chief Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
In N scale no less..   See the out of focus HO in the background.
Noooo? look at couplings? Are you sure?
cheers
comtrain

Let's say 75% sure..

that definitely looks like Kato N scale track at the front and we've seen from other shots that that table fits a loop of N scale track and not a lot else.  They also tend to put the N scale stuff onto Instagram.
  GT46C-ACe Deputy Commissioner

Location: Gold Coast QLD
And the size of those wagons vs the track shows they're HO.
  davesvline Chief Commissioner

Location: 1983-1998
Well, if they want to re run wagons….
Some Victorians would like some GJX and JQXs in all their variants.
Then they can do the Met and V/Line track ballast version:P.

Figured I’d ask.

Regards
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
Auscision (and Australian Modeller) will have a new* item for sale in store and online tomorrow. And if you're in store you might want to check out the display cabinet as I suspect an unannounced (at least to the masses) future model might be hiding in there.

*new may mean a re-run. Instagram recently had pics of NDFF's and ADFF's including some that have liveries not previously done. And of course there's the 2nd run of NR's due any moment so it could be them. Or maybe the AHGX's that have also surfaced on instagram. so many possibilities.
  Ardglen Junior Train Controller

Auscision (and Australian Modeller) will have a new* item for sale in store and online tomorrow. And if you're in store you might want to check out the display cabinet as I suspect an unannounced (at least to the masses) future model might be hiding in there.

*new may mean a re-run. Instagram recently had pics of NDFF's and ADFF's including some that have liveries not previously done. And of course there's the 2nd run of NR's due any moment so it could be them. Or maybe the AHGX's that have also surfaced on instagram. so many possibilities.
  Ardglen Junior Train Controller

Auscision (and Australian Modeller) will have a new* item for sale in store and online tomorrow. And if you're in store you might want to check out the display cabinet as I suspect an unannounced (at least to the masses) future model might be hiding in there.

*new may mean a re-run. Instagram recently had pics of NDFF's and ADFF's including some that have liveries not previously done. And of course there's the 2nd run of NR's due any moment so it could be them. Or maybe the AHGX's that have also surfaced on instagram. so many possibilities.
Ardglen
Apologies for the duplicated post, don't try typing with the cat on the computer desk... Embarassed  can anyone shed some light on what the new item is and what the future model might be?
  GT46C-ACe Deputy Commissioner

Location: Gold Coast QLD
Nothing on the webstore in regards to a new model.
  sm-at-eden Locomotive Fireman

I am more interested in the "traction Motor" designed bogies.
Think this will be a major leap forward for self propelled  carriages and even ways and works vehicles. Big step for Auscision.
But I must say that I was troubled that my two lonely Victorian P Classes look like not getting their  H carriages for some time to come. Sad
That is unless BRM don't have a joint release of H Cars as secret release? Very Happy Live in hope Ha Ha
Kato produced bogie mounted coreless motor gearbox flywheel assemblies 10 years ago on their P42. Nothing new really.

MJW
Right and SEM have made power bogies to measure for 30 years, but hardly anything to do with a new RTR model ???
That was a new RTR model, 10 years ago.

https://www.trains.com/mrr/news-reviews/reviews/staff-reviews/kato-usa-ho-scale-ge-p42-diesel-locomotive/

MJW
Oh ok, a yankee model?  stopped looking at those models when we got Australian models. Going to be very interested if Auscision has to build most of their motor on top of the bogie though. Even SEM's beetle can go under the floor (another Australian producer) Come on guys? this is an Australian Company trying this and that is a big deal.
https://tinyurl.com/bdczt5ua

comtrain
Hey Fellas, have you all forgotten that there were an awful lot of self-contained motorised bogies around back in the 1960's.  They were all in Triang locomotives and they worked fine.  
Cheers!
  c3526blue Deputy Commissioner

Location: in the cuckoos nest
Auscision (and Australian Modeller) will have a new* item for sale in store and online tomorrow. And if you're in store you might want to check out the display cabinet as I suspect an unannounced (at least to the masses) future model might be hiding in there.

*new may mean a re-run. Instagram recently had pics of NDFF's and ADFF's including some that have liveries not previously done. And of course there's the 2nd run of NR's due any moment so it could be them. Or maybe the AHGX's that have also surfaced on instagram. so many possibilities.
Poath Junction
Which "tomorrow" was that?

Maybe I am blind (others often accuse me of that) but I cannot see anything new*.

I am glad I did not hold my breath.   ;o))

Happy waiting,

John P
  Ardglen Junior Train Controller

WTY wagons (Goninan) are now available from Australian Modeller...
  brissim Chief Train Controller

WTY wagons (Goninan) are now available from Australian Modeller...
Ardglen

While not that specifically interested in these - I'm still pleased to see Auscision re-running them - albeit on a limited range. Gives hope they may be also considering some big-ticket reruns such as the V Sets and the XPTs. One can live in hope.

Tony
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
"Auscision HO Scale NSW WTY/NGTY/NGPF Grain Hopper re-run now available with four new packs.

NGH-40/41 WTY as built in PTC Blue & Silver with Black/Blue L7 and NGH-42/43 NGTY in Wagon Grime with Black/Blue L7. All four packs include a new body version with roofwalks and without pneumatics which was never offered with the first production run."
http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/NGPF%20Grain%20Hopper.htm

And for those who still haven't figured out last week's release, it was the Tangara with "Transport Sydney Trains" logos and modified doors.
http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/Tangara.htm
  c3526blue Deputy Commissioner

Location: in the cuckoos nest
"Auscision HO Scale NSW WTY/NGTY/NGPF Grain Hopper re-run now available with four new packs.

NGH-40/41 WTY as built in PTC Blue & Silver with Black/Blue L7 and NGH-42/43 NGTY in Wagon Grime with Black/Blue L7. All four packs include a new body version with roofwalks and without pneumatics which was never offered with the first production run."
http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/NGPF%20Grain%20Hopper.htm

And for those who still haven't figured out last week's release, it was the Tangara with "Transport Sydney Trains" logos and modified doors.
http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/Tangara.htm
Poath Junction

PJ your timing is out.

The "Transport Sydney Trains" Tangara was released on Farcebook on 31/01/22 at 16:39, a full four days before your post on 04/02/22 at 18:54.  There was no further announcement until 14/02/22 at 04:18, this was not the next day.  Maybe your prognostications are ignored or releases purposefully altered to make your predictions inaccurate.  Best to not to be too precise in the timings.  

Happy clocking,

John P
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
In years to come you'll look back and realise the release timing information was accurate, you just didn't know it also included one of the twisted "Poath's Horrible Anecdotes" Wink

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